...in the wake of the brutal murders in South Carolina. Why? Apparently he thinks it will accelerate the agenda of wiping out Confederate heritage forever, one of his greatest wishes and fondest dreams. His post about it is astonishingly hyper.
Among other things, in typical thought-cop fashion, he says, "The fact that individuals may have different interpretations of the Confederate flag is irrelevant in this situation," (this situation being, among other things, the Confederate flag on the soldier's monument in Columbia).
Ah, no it's not irrelevant. In fact, it is more relevant than ever. The right of people to their interpretations must be protected -- about that flag and everything else about our heritage -- and it is more than arrogant, it's unconscionable, for Kevin Levin to declare that our right to our interpretations must be subject to his human, fallible and extremely prejudiced and bigoted judgment.
But there's more.
Attempts to portray heritage folks as white supremacists, to define their affinity for the Confederate flag with racism rather than honoring soldiers, has always been annoying and infuriating. But now we see that it could also turn out to be very dangerous.
Thanks to leftist encroachment on our educational institutions, especially since the civil rights movement, masses of Americans are completely irrational about race relations, totally focused on the narrowest interpretation of the civil war (with Confederates as total evil with no redeeming characteristics, indeed, no human-ness at all), and utterly and dangerously brainwashed about the Confederate flag -- as dangerously brainwashed as Dylann Roof. Haters will double down their attempts to equate heritage folks with lunatics like Roof and incite hatred for us in the dangerously brainwashed.
Who doubts that there are brainwashed leftwing lunatics out there who need but a small push to send them over the edge, and create a Dylann Roof-in-reverse?
A horrific manmade storm has appeared on the horizon, aimed right at us. Let's be careful out there. Mourn for the victims in Charleston, but keep your eyes open, stay informed, and take no chances.